Sidmouth golfers are finally back in action on the course!
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It’s been a long wait for the next round of the Livery Dole Mitsubishi Winter League, writes John Barnard.
It is difficult to remember such a continuous period of wet weather, but fortunately, there is now a hint of spring in the air so hopefully, golfers can get back to doing what we do best.
On Sunday, the format was a three man team event off three quarters handicap.
Leading the field were Alan Malcolm, Simon Jones and Lee Wenham with a nett score of 55. The course was certainly not playing kindly for the competitors! There was no run on the ball and the greens were a bit slow and bumpy as you would expect after a period of inclement weather. Birdies were at a premium so their birdie on the seventh hole (with a shot) meant a nett two and made all the difference enabling the win.
There were two teams with a nett score of 57. Sean Murphy, Graham Davies and Pat Kenny had a marginally better back nine to edge ahead into second place, in front of Graham Rogers, Kevin Howe and Jeremy Holden.
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In the Livery Dole Mitsubishi Winter League standings, Graham Davies second place meant he has 23 points, closely followed by Lee Wenham and Jeremy Holden both on 22 points so all to play for as the season nears completion.
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